Professor Maureen Baker CBE
The Professional Record Standards Body (PRSB)
Professor Maureen Baker CBE is the chair of the PRSB. She is a past chair of the
Royal College of GPs and has spent her career championing quality improvement
and patient safety through better use and sharing of clinical and professional care
Apps and AI: How can we address accessibility challenges?
The PRSB is the body responsible for developing standards for health and care records so that information can be digitally shared. Following a brief introduction to our work, this session will focus on how we will be using new technology in future (including AI and apps). We will explore the reasons why information standards are so important to ensuring these work effectively, and how we will incorporate them into care without diminishing the human interactions that are often crucial to patients. We will touch on some of the challenges that people might face with accessibility and how these can be overcome.
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